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Stay A While in Corwen!


Corwen and the Vale of Edeyrnion offers a rich selection of pubs, cafes and restaurants. The town has five bars; The Harp, The Royal Oak, The Eagles, The Crown and The Owain Glyndwr.
The Royal Oak
Lunches and teas can be enjoyed at Corwen Manor, The Owain Glyndwr Hotel and Caffi Treferwyn while evening meals are also available at the Owain Glyndwr.

Those of you looking for a quick snack will find a fish and chip shop, Parry's Plaice, a kebab and pizza take-away and a coffee bar serving paninis and pancakes on The Square in Corwen.

The Owain Glyndwr Hotel

And if you’re passing, why not stop at the Rhug organic farm shop, along the A5. Here you’ll find not only a butchers selling organic meat raised on the farm but a burger stand selling hot tasty snacks. There’s even a general shop selling a wide range of other products for you to take home or enjoy during your stay.

the Butcher's Shop at Rhug
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